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Siemens Appoints New Managing Director

9 November 2007

Siemens Appoints New Managing Director For New Zealand


Siemens has appointed Paul Ravlich as the new Managing Director for Siemens New Zealand, following Gottfried Pausch’s resignation, effective from 31 December 2007.

After five years leading Siemens’ New Zealand operations, Gottfried leaves the company in excellent form, well-positioned to continue its successful record.

Currently General Manager NZ Business Operations, New Zealand-born Paul Ravlich will become Managing Director of NZ from 1 November 2007. Prior to joining Siemens NZ, Paul was Managing Director for Bosch Siemens Home Appliances (BSH).

Paul has spent the past 18 years working for Bosch and then Bosch Siemens Home Appliances, Paul has already established a strong presence in, and excellent knowledge of, the local NZ market.

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